It's easy to get excited when a new signing scores his first goal for your team. There's excitement, but then there's putting the player's shirt into a museum.
That's exactly what Lyon are doing for Memphis Depay, who scored his first goal for the French side since leaving Manchester United when he came off the bench in a 4-0 win over Nancy on Wednesday.
Lyon are clearly delighted to have Memphis in the squad and hope his strike will be the first of many after a January transfer that could rise to £21.7 million. So delighted, in fact, that they opted to preserve his shirt from the game.
Le maillot avec lequel @Memphis a inscrit son premier but pour l'@OL sera conservé au musée du club ! #matchOLTV #OLASNL @OL_HISTOIRE pic.twitter.com/hHzCYYVmZz — OLTV (@OLTV_officiel) February 8, 2017
The goal came on Memphis fourth appearance for the Ligue 1 side, five minutes after he had won a penalty which Alexandre Lacazette converted for Lyon's third of the evening.
The Holland international, who had replaced the injured Mathieu Valbuena before half-time, was then set up by Maxime Gonalons to open his account.